Speed control is vital

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 04 Dec 2022

Mathiam Keyser of South Africa playing a putting stroke with great care, like how it should be. — AFP

IF there’s one thing that all good putters share, it is the ability to control how far their putts roll.

This touch or feel on the greens is important because a putt hit too softly will have no chance of going in and anything hit firmly enough to go more than nine inches past the hole greatly decreases the area of the hole you must hit in order for the ball to drop.

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